Cost of Attendance

Listed below is the estimated Law School Cost of Attendance during the 2018-2019 academic year.

In determining a student's budget, the University uses Bureau of Labor Statistics figures to estimate expenditures for the nine-month academic year. In the case of a student with dependent(s), the family's additional actual costs, within reason, will be used to determine the student budget. Such reasonable additional costs generally are about $4,000 per dependent.

Some students may have additional personal expenses not included in the standard budget. Examples of such additional expenses are medical expenses not covered by insurance and additional childcare or day care expenses. Students with special circumstances should verify the final amount of their budgets with the Graduate Financial Aid (GFA).

Tuition  $64,089
Health Insurance* $4,398
Student Life Fee $1,209
Room & Board  $17,100
Books & Supplies $1,785
Personal Expenses/ Misc.  $2,970
Transportation Expenses  $2,556
Student Loan Fees** $1,170
Computer Allowance $1,500
Transcript Fee $75

*All law students are required to have acceptable medical insurance coverage. Students do not have to join the University's plan if they provide evidence of comparable coverage under their own plan.  

**Estimated loan fees (for Federal Direct Loan borrowers).  See Federal Direct Loan origination fees (percent) here.

An individual student's actual budget will vary from this standard budget depending upon individual taste and circumstance. Keep in mind, however, that this budget is the one that the University uses for all law students in determining financial need for scholarships and loans.

For a complete schedule of the University’s tuition refund policy, please consult the Bursar's Office website.